One Direction's Liam Teaches Americans A New Word For Pants
Posted by Videoson 03/14/2012 at 8:40 AM
If you haven’t been getting enough One Direction this week, this group is giving you additional opportunities to celebrate the release of their album Up All Night through personalized video diaries. Before promotional rounds in Albany, New York, 1D’s Liam takes a soothing solo stroll down the city streets, commenting on how “random” and “weird” it is to bump into fans before a show, thoughts made all the more endearing by his adorable accent. Since they’re still getting their feet wet here in the States, Liam can’t help but be surprised by the “confident” American fans they continue to meet everyday, and the strange ways in which they show their devotion—i.e. throwing bras on stage. (“It was massive! I could have gotten my head in there if I wanted to.”) Along the way he meets some colorful fans, who are disappointed they’re not yet in their showtime attire, yet certainly will not pass up the opportunity for a group photo. Pull your trousers up an smile, ladies! Watch the cuteness unfold, and brush up on your British terminology, below.
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